On Friday 28 January 2011 07:40:00 Michal Seta wrote:
Many have already suggested the use of a sinus-sweep.
=46or the mic: Sphere characteristics seem to have the best response. To be=
safe, aim them towards the ground and therefor perpendicular or opposite to=
the direction the reflections will come from. That way you avoid the near-f=
effect which is highest from in front of the mic.
Last summer I did a quite'n'dirty impulse response from one of our hallways=
here in university. Lots of blank concrete. Using just two blocks of wood g=
a reverb a bit nicer then the original because the higher frequencies where=
attenuated in the bang itself.
but using a sinus-sweep will give you better results both for natural sound=
impulse responses and for measurement purpose impulse responses.
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